Many Christian renewal and revival movements from the first century to the present have had an enduring impact upon the Christian church, as well as on the cultures in which they were situated. Such movements have often sought to reclaim neglected biblical teachings, correct distorted theology, eliminate institutional abuses, revitalize religious traditions, introduce new spiritual practices, or emphasize particular aspects of the church’s life, ministry and worship. The papers included here have been put into an online encyclopedia format at the Christian Movements Project site. Each year, honors students will add to the project to create an online resource on the people and movements that have shaped Christianity.

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Submissions from 2017

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Brother Roger and the Formation of Taizé, Annika Barrett

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Karl Barth’s Early Life: A Journey to Rediscover a Lost Christianity, Rachael Eaton

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John Wesley’s Theology of Salvation, David Hendricks

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"In the Scriptures Be the Fat Pastures of the Soul": Thomas Cranmer and the Book of Common Prayer, Sophia Ridgeway

Submissions from 2016

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Jacob Arminius: The Humble Reformer and his Theology, Matt Goodale

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Allegory? Myth? Lewis’ Narnian Series Exposed, Kylie Guenther

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The Love of Lady Huntingdon’s Life, Elaine Harris

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A Brief Overview of the Puritan Movement, Nick Healey

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The Fathomless Wealth of Christ: Hudson Taylor’s Remarkable Life of Faith, Carter Hudson

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Dietrich Bonhoeffer: Christian. Pacifist. Assassin?, Emily Larsen

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Adoniram Judson and Early American Missions, Beth McFadden

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The Impact of Justification by Faith on Luther’s Preaching, Tyler McQuilkin

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Moving into the Neighborhood: The Incarnational Ministry of Mary Slessor, Carys Parker

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Corrie Ten Boom: God's Tumbleweed, Lauren Trittin

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The Life and Legacy of Pastor Richard Wurmbrand, Anna Waltar

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Understanding Suffering from the Perspective of Persecuted Christians, Anna Waltar